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Footed bowl with stylised foliage

Identifier: 1952.P.110 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Footed bowl with stylised foliage. Grey earthenware, design of foliage in cartouches and four radiating lines incised through black slip under a turquoise blue glaze

Bowl with stylise motif and kufic inscription

Identifier: 1952.P.109 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Bowl with stylise motif and kufic inscription. Earthenware, slip paintedm stylised motif of sun or animal, outlined in red and filled with brown dots

Bowl decorated with kufic characters and arabesques

Identifier: 1952.P.108 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Bowl decorated with kufic characters and arabesques. Stonepaste or fritware, decoration incised to interior, dark blue glaze.

Pitcher with delicate handle and dark blue glaze

Identifier: 1952.P.106 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Pitcher with delicate handle and dark blue glaze. Obscure decoration. Not glazed to base

Vase wuth fluted cup shape to neck

Identifier: 1952.P.105 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Vase wuth fluted cup shape to neck. Earthenware, bulbous body, tall neck, frieze of animals around shoulder in raised relief, covered in turquoise glaze

Octagonal tile, decorated with a painted head of a male

Identifier: 1952.P.103 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Octagonal tile, decorated with a painted head of a male. Earthenware Probably Tabriz in Iran.

Two tiles with symmetrically arranged flowers

Identifier: 1952.P.88 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Two tiles with symmetrically arranged flowers. Painted in blue, and turquoise on white slip. Conventional flowers symmetrically arranged on curved and interlaced foliated stems under a niche, the s...

Two tiles with sprays of flowers

Identifier: 1952.P.87 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Two tiles with sprays of flowers. Painted in red, green, blue and turquoise. Floral sprays within curved serrated leaves springing from interlaced flowing stems.

Tile fragment, of ceramic mosaic

Identifier: 1952.P.63 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Tile fragment, of ceramic mosaic. Foliage, Turquoise, green, yellow, and white, on blue and purple. Said to have come from the Madrasah at Isfahan. Probably 15th century.

Portion of tile work border

Identifier: 1952.P.47 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Portion of tile work border. Blue and green on white scrolled foliage from a ruined palace at Hazar near Khiva.